|Posted by hj on July 18, 2001 at 03:02:55:|
|In response to Re: Chip in Bathroom sink|
The best way to repair it is to have a professional repair company make the patch. If the sink is cast-iron, i.e. a very hard material then it is worth the cost. If it is pressed steel, sort of tinny sounding, then the repair will cost more than a new sink.
: I have a sink that now has a chip out of it. It is not a porcelin sink because where the chip is, it is black underneath. How can i repair this?
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